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'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Parody' shows just how rowdy dwarves can be while drinking

The Hillywood Show's The Hobbit parody video shows Bilbo isn't ready for the dwaves

| Online Video News | Posted: Dec 4, 2012 6:32 pm

The Hobbit will be released in theaters on December 14th and we absolutely can't wait to revisit The Lord of the Rings in an all-new adventure. But it's not going to be all fun and games for everyone in The Hobbit, which is made evident in this parody video which shows just how rough a time Bilbo Baggins is going to have.

 

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Even before his grand adventure takes place in The Hobbit, Bilbo finds himself in a peculiar situation as Gandalf and a group of dwarves make themselves comfortable at his home. What results is a long night of drinking, drinking and more drinking.

 

Don't worry, future The Hobbit watchers. This video is completely free of any spoilers to the film releasing in two weeks, so you can be sure nothing will be ruined if you watch it. Just make sure you do so with a shot or some other kind of alcoholic beverage around.

 

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